Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Easter Table

I loved setting up this table for Easter.  Pink and green are my favorite colors, especially together, and this table has a nice blend of both!

Now, behold!



I found these little nests at one of my favorite stores, Roger's Gardens.


These little Easter bunny salt and pepper shakers I found at Pottery Barn a few years ago. Aren't they cute?


This was my first Easter bunny purchase, from Pottery Barn, almost 7 years ago!  I added a pretty pink ribbon to her neck.


The plates are by Bordallo Pinheiro.  There are two types of rabbit plates and a chicken plate. Hand me downs from my mom... her china cabinet was too full! Score for me!
notice rabbit plate #1

Oooh, looks great with my new drapes!

notice rabbit plate #2

I kept the pink mercury glass candles leftover from my Valentine's Day tablescape.  I was setting out the Springtime stuff and putting the Valentine stuff away... and discovered that they looked good together!

a chicken plate.
One last look before we say goodbye...

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Written by Orange Blossom at http://peoniesandorangeblossoms.blogspot.com

14 comments:

  1. Beautiful table! The green majolica dishes are so pretty and look lovely with pink and white. Thanks for sharing...

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  2. Very pretty table! It is just going to be hubby and I this Easter, but I still want to set a nice table. I will have to start thinking about what I'm going to use as far as plates, etc.

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    1. You should set yourself a nice table. I tell people they should always do nice things for themselves because most likely they haven't in a while.

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  3. Very lovely! I especially like the tulips coming up out of the nests - unique! That white bunny is one of the best I've seen and she looks great dressed up with the pink ribbon!

    DD

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    1. The white bunny is from Pottery Barn a few years back; they have a slightly different version now. I saw her and immediately had to have her!

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  4. P.S. I'm back again to suggest you turn off the word/number ID on your comments (in your blog settings) It isn't necessary and I'm sure you will get more comments without it as its a hassle to enter all those numbers and people give up.

    DD

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    1. Oh, geez. I thought I *had* turned off the setting a long time ago. Apparently not. Just fixed it (I think). I totally get annoyed with the word ID because half the time I can't even read the thing! Thanks for letting me know!

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  5. Pink and green are a wonderful combo. Your Easter table is delightful. Who wouldn't want to dine here at Easter?

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  6. Your table looks lovely, just perfect for Easter. Your right, it looks as though you got new drapes just to match your pretty table setting!!

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  7. Beautiful! Love your plates and the tulips.

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  8. Oh I absolutely LOVE your gorgeous Easter tablescape - you did a fabulous job on it. ♥

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